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Narni

Colle Abramo delle Vigne, is a farmhouse in Narni, also known as Narnia, is considered the geographical center of Italy, a small village of medieval origin. From our farmhouse in Narni it is possible to arrive via the ancient "Flaminia" road that connected Rome to Rimini. The first impression you get, visiting Narni, is that of going back in time, especially in the month of May, when the streets of the town are decorated for the historical re-enactment of the Corsa all'Anello, one of the most famous equestrian rides in Italy. where drummers, ladies, knights and nobles parade through the streets of the city.

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The Albornoziana fortress, dating back to 1367, given its dominant position it is defined as the sentinel at the southern gate of Umbria.
Narni underground, was discovered in 1979 by a local group of speleologists. After centuries of silence, the story of a prisoner who spent at least 90 days in that cell between 1759 and 1760, Giuseppe Andrea Lombardini, has re-emerged. In order not to risk their being canceled, Lombardini entrusted his messages of peace, freedom and justice to a language with Masonic, alchemical and kabbalistic symbols engraved according to a precise mental design. Thanks to the documents found in the Vatican Archives, at Trinity College in Dublin and in various other Italian cities, it was possible to discover the history of the Inquisition in Narni.
The Gorges of the Nera (Le Mole) that have been rediscovered in recent times are enjoying considerable success in social networks, where it is possible to take beautiful walks.
Via del Campanile, considered one of the most beautiful alleys in Italy.

Narni

Colle Abramo delle Vigne, is a farmhouse in Narni, also known as Narnia, is considered the geographical center of Italy, a small village of medieval origin. From our farmhouse in Narni it is possible to arrive via the ancient "Flaminia" road that connected Rome to Rimini. The first impression you get, visiting Narni, is that of going back in time, especially in the month of May, when the streets of the town are decorated for the historical re-enactment of the Corsa all'Anello, one of the most famous equestrian rides in Italy. where drummers, ladies, knights and nobles parade through the streets of the city.

To visit

The Albornoziana fortress, dating back to 1367, given its dominant position it is defined as the sentinel at the southern gate of Umbria.
Narni underground, was discovered in 1979 by a local group of speleologists. After centuries of silence, the story of a prisoner who spent at least 90 days in that cell between 1759 and 1760, Giuseppe Andrea Lombardini, has re-emerged. In order not to risk their being canceled, Lombardini entrusted his messages of peace, freedom and justice to a language with Masonic, alchemical and kabbalistic symbols engraved according to a precise mental design. Thanks to the documents found in the Vatican Archives, at Trinity College in Dublin and in various other Italian cities, it was possible to discover the history of the Inquisition in Narni.
The Gorges of the Nera (Le Mole) that have been rediscovered in recent times are enjoying considerable success in social networks, where it is possible to take beautiful walks.
Via del Campanile, considered one of the most beautiful alleys in Italy.

Marmore Waterfalls

35 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is the Marmore waterfall, with its 165 meters it is the highest in Europe, built by the Romans in 271 BC. There are several paths within the park, where you can go hiking and have the opportunity to meet rare animal and plant species. In the stretch of the Nera river, which flows right near the Marmore waterfall, it is possible to go rafting for a different day dedicated to the fun of sport and nature. The Marmore waterfall has a controlled flow, so it is advisable to visit the site to check the opening hours. To end the day, not far from the Marmore waterfall, there is the Piediluco lake. The lake nestled in the Umbrian hills offers moments of peace and tranquility.

Marmore Waterfalls

35 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is the Marmore waterfall, with its 165 meters it is the highest in Europe, built by the Romans in 271 BC. There are several paths within the park, where you can go hiking and have the opportunity to meet rare animal and plant species. Another great experience that can be done inside the waterfall is rafting, there are two schools in the area that offer the opportunity to live a unique experience to live with friends and relatives. In the stretch of the Nera river, which flows right near the Marmore waterfall, it is possible to go rafting for a different day dedicated to the fun of sport and nature. The Marmore waterfall has a controlled flow, so it is advisable to visit the site to check the opening hours. To end the day, not far from the Marmore waterfall, there is the Piediluco lake. The lake nestled in the Umbrian hills offers moments of peace and tranquility.

Orvieto

At 70 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is Orvieto, easily reachable via the "A1" motorway, located on a tuff cliff. Orvieto is a village where there are still some Etruscan, Roman and medieval testimonies. Famous for the Duomo, a masterpiece of Italian Gothic architecture. There are numerous works that can be visited in Orvieto, among which we remember the Well of San Patrizio.

Orvieto

At 70 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is Orvieto, easily reachable via the "A1" motorway, located on a tuff cliff. Orvieto is a village where there are still some Etruscan, Roman and medieval testimonies. Famous for the Duomo, a masterpiece of Italian Gothic architecture. There are numerous works that can be visited in Orvieto, among which we remember the Well of San Patrizio.

Assisi

Located 100km from our farmhouse, Assisi is known for being the birthplace of San Francesco. Famous for its monuments, the most important are the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi, divided into lower and upper parts and a World Heritage Site. Immediately behind the apse of the basilica is the cloister of Sixtus IV, not to be missed together with the basilica of Santa Chiara. The city has a Gothic influence, so we recommend you visit it and get lost in the beauty of its alleys.

Assisi

At 98 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is Assisi, known for being the city where St. Francis, patron saint of Italy and Santa Chiara were born, lived and died. The basilica of San Francesco is the place that since 1230 preserves and guards the mortal remains of the saint, decorated by artists of the caliber of Cimabue, Giotto, Pietro Cavallini. Among the events in Assisi we remember the Calendimaggio re-enactment of medieval life in a challenge between the two city factions that takes place in May. For the Feast of St. Francis, solemn liturgical ceremonies and civic events are held on 3 and 4 October to celebrate the saint.

Perugia

95 km away is Perugia, the regional capital of Umbria, considered an important city of art thanks to the numerous architectural works present in the city from different historical periods, from the Etruscans to the Renaissance. There are numerous events that take place in Perugia throughout the year, in particular Eurochocolate which takes place in October and Umbria Jazz in July.

Perugia

95 km away is Perugia, the regional capital of Umbria, considered an important city of art thanks to the numerous architectural works present in the city from different historical periods, from the Etruscans to the Renaissance. There are numerous events that take place in Perugia throughout the year, in particular Eurochocolate which takes place in October and Umbria Jazz in July.

Civita di Bagnoregio

Civita di Bagnoregio 60 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is Civita di Bagnoregio, better known as "The Dying City", this beautiful town is a UNESCO heritage site. Founded 2500 years ago by the Etruscans, it is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Situated on a hill it is connected only by a bridge suspended in the void, making the view incredible in the eyes of the visitor. Inside the village there are various medieval houses, in addition to restaurants and other typical places, the town has no inhabitants and you pay an entrance ticket to visit it.

Civita di Bagnoregio

Civita di Bagnoregio 60 km from the Colle Abramo delle Vigne farmhouse is Civita di Bagnoregio, better known as "The Dying City", this beautiful town is a UNESCO heritage site. Founded 2500 years ago by the Etruscans, it is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Situated on a hill it is connected only by a bridge suspended in the void, making the view incredible in the eyes of the visitor. Inside the village there are various medieval houses, in addition to restaurants and other typical places, the town has no inhabitants and you pay an entrance ticket to visit it.

Rome

The Eternal City, famous throughout the world for its beauty, so much so that it is considered an "open-air museum", born on the banks of the Tiber River, during its three millennia of history it was the first great metropolis of humanity, a beating heart of one of the most important civilizations, which influenced society, culture, language, literature, art, architecture, philosophy and religion. In 1980, together with the Holy See, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The proximity of the farmhouse to the capital allows you to visit the city and at the same time enjoy the tranquility and peace that only the countryside and nature can convey. Rome is easily accessible via the "A1" motorway and is only 70 km away. The railway network that connects Narni and Orte with the capital is also convenient.

Rome

The Eternal City, famous throughout the world for its beauty, so much so that it is considered an "open-air museum", born on the banks of the Tiber River, during its three millennia of history it was the first great metropolis of humanity, a beating heart of one of the most important civilizations, which influenced society, culture, language, literature, art, architecture, philosophy and religion. In 1980, together with the Holy See, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The proximity of the farmhouse to the capital allows you to visit the city and at the same time enjoy the tranquility and peace that only the countryside and nature can convey. Rome is easily accessible via the "A1" motorway and is only 70 km away. The railway network that connects Narni and Orte with the capital is also convenient.